Fonds F030 - Pauline Morier fonds

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Pauline Morier fonds

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  • Textual record

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F030

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  • 1973-1982 (Creation)
    Creator
    Morier, Pauline

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6 textual documents

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Name of creator

(1942-)

Biographical history

Pauline Morier, Canadian visual artist, was born on July 3, 1942 in Saint-Boniface, Manitoba, as the daughter of Guy Morier and Béatrice Painchaud. In 1960, she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts of the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg. She briefly lived in France before moving to Montreal, Quebec in 1965. From 1979 to 1994, Pauline Morier was member of the Conseil de la peinture du Québec. She was also member of La Centrale Galerie Powerhouse in Montreal during the 1980s and 1990s. Morier participated in various exhibitions at La Centrale, Véhicule Art and many other galleries. She also contributed to art magazines and radio broadcasts.

Custodial history

Documents were donated to the Concordia University Archive, now Records Management and Archives Department by Pauline Morier on May 7, 1991. The documents were transferred from the Records Management and Archives Department to Special Collections on September 6, 2018.

Scope and content

Textual documents related to Pauline Morier's participation in the exhibition "Pare-Chocs" at Vehicule Art gallery in 1981, and the following correspondence due to vandalizm on her works.

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Good

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Materials are arranged in the order of receipt.

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  • French

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Terms governing use, reproduction, and publication

Reproductions are allowed for the purpose of research and private study. Use of material in a publication may only be done with written consent of the copyright owner(s).

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Pauline Morier's personal archives can be found at the Société historique de Saint-Boniface.

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No further accruals are expected.

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Copyright belongs to the creator(s).

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Final

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